Not sure where to vote or how to register for Tuesday’s election? We have those answers Registering to vote in Oshkosh can be done in advance and in person at the Oshkosh City Clerk’s office, 215 Church Ave., up until Nov. 2. Wisconsin is also one of 17 states that allows same-day voter registration. In order to register, residents need to provide an acceptable photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport. Residents also need to have proof of their address, which can be found on their ID, utility bill or, for both on-campus and off-campus students at UW Oshkosh, on TitanWeb at the bottom of the home page under “Voter ID enrollment verification.” In order to vote absentee, applications must be received at the Oshkosh City Clerk's office by 5 p.m. on Nov. 1. To find where to vote, students can visit and enter their local address. Most UW Oshkosh students who live on or near campus will vote at Reeve Memorial Union.